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    Peter Epstein Quartet: Staring at the Sun (MA) Veteran sax man Peter Epstein plays "Music from the young and energetic, creative NY jazz scene." No.2 on my list of M•A favorites. Milcho Leviev: Man from Plovdiv (MA) The Bulgarian pianist's third album for M•A, recorded simultaneously with his Bulgarian Piano Blues (MA). Free-swinging, improvisational, bluesy jazz with a Balkan twist, played on a Missing: Per.

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  8. Mazurr Reply

    Saxophonist Peter Epstein leveraged the scene in on the magnificent Staring at the Sun, and he does so again on The Invisible. Epstein has a laser-like focus he aims squarely in minute phrases on "Good Fever," later honing in on dramatic textural dynamics with "Creamy Center."Missing: Per.

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    The ever-shifting landscape of young musicians blurring the lines of mainstream and avant-garde jazz has produced some gems. Saxophonist Peter Epstein leveraged the scene in on the magnificent Staring at the Sun, and he does so again on The Invisible. Epstein wisely elected to keep the Staring quartet intact for its successor, and they shine. Jim Black and keyboardist Jamie Saft share an 5/5(3).

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